It's been over two years since the release of Demi Lovato's last album, "Tell Me You Love Me," but it seems fans are closer than ever before to get their hands on brand new material from the pop sensation.
After a number of hints and teasing via social media, it's rather apparent at this point that Demi has a new album coming out - but there's been little to no information regarding its release date. But it looks like that's all changed.
Demi's Album Is Coming Soon
It was just in December when Demi Lovato took to her Instagram page, revealing she had been working on brand new music in the studio.
And while she hasn’t revealed much since then, the news of her forthcoming plans to not only perform at the Grammys - but also deliver her rendition of the national anthem at this year’s Super Bowl - has all signs leading to an upcoming release date.
It’s since been reported that Demi has been working on her new album for months — she knows that people are eager to hear the songs, particularly since she’s not planning on holding back this time.
A Pop Comeback
The former Disney Channel star wants to creatively express her feelings on personal matters, such as her 2018 overdose, through her new album, as one source shared, “She has put so much effort into it, and it is going to be the most vulnerable album she has put out.”
While Demi decided to take a much-needed break from her music career in order to focus on her health and sobriety, being in the recording studio and working creatively felt very therapeutic for her.
New Management, Bigger Opportunities
It’s believed that Demi’s team is hoping to release the record by the summer, which would be perfect since she’s already said to be gearing up for an intense promotional campaign in support of her new songs.
And in support of the album, Lovato is also planning to go on tour, in what she deems is the best way for her to reconnect with fans — especially those who’ve stuck by her side through all of the obstacles she’s endured.
In May 2019, the “Heart Attack” hitmaker had signed a deal with Scooter Braun for management. This has now put her under the same umbrella with pop star Justin Bieber, who is also managed by the 38-year-old.
2020 Is Bound To Be Her Year
Demi Lovato had taken to her official Instagram account at the time, sharing, “Dreams came true for me. I officially have a NEW MANAGER. And not just any manager but the one and only Scooter Braun.
“Couldn’t be happier, inspired and excited to begin this next chapter,” she continued. “Thank you for believing in me and for being a part of this new journey.”
And so far, Braun has also booked a number of high-profile events for Demi, who, as mentioned, will be performing at the Super Bowl and Sunday’s Grammys.
Lovato’s last album release came with her sixth offering, “Tell Me You Love Me,” in September 2017.